It’s like clockwork: every month or so, you’ll be scrolling through your Facebook feed and stumble across a video about a new ring or underwear, color-changing straws or color-changing nail polish, or “smart stickers” that claim to help prevent sexual assault. There’s the inevitable swarm of uncritical media coverage …
Shawn Bunn, a computer lab manager at Harvard University and verified adult baby, has been accused of using his University-issued credit card to pay for $80,000 worth of Lego sets and electronics.
Who cares if smartphones give you eye cancer and brain tumors? There's something much worse that your cell and tablet are doing to your head: They're giving your neck and lower face a crease. A crease. That's horrifying and you're doing nothing to stop it.
My dear mom is in possession of a cellular phone—let's call it an iPhone—and yet you would not know it because she never picks up the cellular phone and because she frequently forgets the cellular phone at home. Just a couple weeks ago, she said something along the lines of, "What do I need a phone for?"
The end times are upon us: Microsoft will soon release a phone designed to take perfect selfies. Talk to your teens about proper selfie-related decision-making now, before it's too late.
It's time to spill: What are your secret weapons in the kitchen? Best baking dish? Spectacular spatula? Perfect pan?
Long gone are the days when kids would keep their innermost thoughts and secrets hidden away in a diary. For the most part they're happy to share everything on Facebook and Twitter these days, and in the rare event they'd actually want to keep something secret, there's now an iPad app that protects their private…
According to the latest Nielsen data, 61 percent of e-reader owners are female, up from 46 percent this time last year. Fifty-seven percent of tablet owners are men, also slightly up, and smartphones are evenly split. What does it all mean? All I know is that I love my Kindle.
The world is full of delightful things, among them the strange gizmos created for breasts. Odd bras, peculiar pasties, ghastly gadgets. Here, we've gathered 14 of the weirdest.
The world is full of delightful things, among them the strange gizmos created for breasts. Odd bras, peculiar pasties, ghastly gadgets. Here, we've gathered 14 of the weirdest. Read more »
Ladies, did you know you can do more than email and shop on computers? Been looking for that on-the-move bra-size converter? If you've been laboring under the delusion that gadgets are just for boys, then here's some great news!
Apparently more than a quarter of women surveyed are blaming the internet, particularly email and smartphones, for a decline in the quality of their bedroom action. Well, duh.
The new "Time Out Cuddle Bear" makes playing into a punishment...or punishment into a treat. Either way, doesn't one negate the other?
The "bubblegum pink" Keyboard for Blondes actually says things like "duh" and "oops!" if you hit backspace and makes a cash register sound when you hit the dollar sign. Instead of a "caps lock" button, there's a "warning! size xxl letters" button; the F keys are called "useless keys." There's an "SOS" key: Shoes on…